Monthly Archives: October 2018

Giant Monument Of President George Weah To Be Built In Doe Community As Symbol Of Appreciation.

In appreciation of the President’s quick intervention in relieving the over 49,000 inhabitants of Doe community from their age old deplorable road condition; the veteran Bureau of Doe Community has resolved to construct a monument of President Dr. George M. Weah right in the middle of the triangle at the roundabout in Doe community. Speaking to reporters in Doe community,

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Gbarpolu Caucus Leadership Tussle Heightens – As Rep. A. Kaine Wesso Stresses Coordination In County Caucus

The tussle over the leadership of the Gbarpolu County Caucus has heightened over the last few months since the inception of the 54th National Legislature in 2018. Caucus members of the county are yet to form its leadership to confront developments in the county. The county has over the last two fiscal periods forfeited its county development funds in the

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Medica Liberia Hosts Gender Mainstreaming Dialogue With Security Sector

Medica Liberia is expected will host a one a day dialogue on mainstreaming Gender within Liberia’ security sector on October 12, 2018 in Monrovia. The dialogue is part of efforts to strengthen and support the Gender and Security Sector Taskforce to enable continued participation of women in security sector reform, decision-making, planning, implementation and oversight. The activities are achievable through

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“Corruption Must Die In Liberia” – Concern Citizens Petitioned Pres. Weah To Prosecute Corrupt Officials

Since the foundation of Liberia in 1822, the issue of corruption has eaten-up the entire society of the country. The practice of corruption can be vividly seen in Liberian homes, educational institutions and even in religious institutions. Corruption in the public sector remains the major obstacle to Liberia’s development with the majority of its citizens living in extreme poverty. As

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